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NEM 2023 Interview Series: A Q&A with Canada Post

Canada Post is committed to improving the employee experience and growing the business. Recently I met with Nadia Afara, a Health and Safety Manager at Canada Post. She is both a Professional Engineer and a Canadian Registered Safety Professional. What follows is a conversation about why engineers should consider a career with Canada Post.

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NEM 2023 Interview Series – Curtiss-Wright

Recently we met with Kyle Bradash, who is a Mechanical Engineer at Curtiss-Wright (CW). Kyle started his career through a co-op program available through the University of Waterloo and has gained valuable experience through his placements at Curtiss-Wright.

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NEM 2022 Interview Series: A Q&A with Yorkland Controls

In this article, Emmanual Augustine, an Application Support Engineer at Yorkland Controls, discusses his experiences working for the company as well as the projects and technologies that the company is currently working on. Yorkland Controls specializes in automation and control solutions for buildings, facilities, and industrial processes. Augustine explains how Yorkland Controls fosters a culture of innovation and collaboration among its engineering team, with a focus on interdisciplinary teamwork and providing regular training and certification opportunities.

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NEM 2023 Partner Profile – R.V. Anderson Associates Limited

“Join the Community of Thinkers at R.V. Anderson Associates Limited (RVA), a 100% Canadian and Employee-Owned Engineering Firm with 75 years of excellence. Benefit from our dynamic teams in Applications, Built Environment, Mobility, Sustainability, Urban Transformation, and Water and embrace a flexible work culture with improved employee experience. Learn more and apply today

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NEM 2023 Partner Profile – Communications Security Establishment

The Communications Security Establishment (CSE) is a Canadian organization responsible for foreign signals intelligence, cyber operations, and cyber security. Its primary objective is to collect foreign signals intelligence to safeguard Canada’s national security, maintain the confidentiality of the Government of Canada’s information, and collaborate with industry and academia to safeguard Canadians against cyber threats.

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